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WordPress and PHP 5

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Even after three years, WordPress can't mandate the upgrade because of hosts who won't do the same. "Developer convenience is secondary to the convenience of users": that's why developers tend not to hang around for very long. It's easier to swallow as an employee than as a hobbyist/volunteer.

Automattic Stats plugin for WordPress

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skeltoac says it's fine to use with other blog platforms, and for all the talk about "hard-core hackers" it's not at all difficult. The reliance on hated XML-RPC keeps me away, but eh.

tags4wp: tag editing by users

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Unfortunately has the same name as another plugin.

WP-Cache 1.0

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WP-Cache is extremely efficient WordPress hack --not a simple plugin-- for page caching. It allows to serve hundred of times more pages per second, and to reduce the response time from several tenths of seconds to less than a millisecond.

Sounds like it's better than Staticize.

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